The Dos Pueblos High girls softball team needed some time to figure out Cabrillo in a Channel League game on Friday, but finally found a winning combination.
Allison Gasper’s RBI triple in the fifth put the Chargers ahead for good in a 6-2 victory by breaking a 2-2 tie and sparking a four-run rally.
Allie Speshyock struck out 10 in the victory for the Chargers (7-4, 6-0), who got two hits from Mykenzie Ramirez.
SANTA BARBARA 8, SANTA YNEZ 2
The Dons got five solid innings out of Derek True, as well as a triple, a homer and four RBI in a Channel road victory over the Pirates. Anthony Firestone added two hits, including a homer, a walk and three RBI in the victory.
Cody Orud took over for True in the sixth and pitched two scoreless innings in his season debut, allowing one hit.
DOS PUEBLOS 10, CABRILLO 0
Chargers pitcher Nico Martinez struck out 13 in a complete-game two-hit Channel victory.
Martinez added two hits and two RBI, while Nate Feldhaus had two hits and drove in three.
LOMPOC 3, SAN MARCOS 1
Braves starter Oscar Rojas allowed one run on three hits in a complete-game victory over the Royals, striking out 11.
Jack Winterbauer gave up three runs in 32/3 innings, with seven of his 11 outs coming on strikeouts. Dominic Roderick drove in the lone San Marcos run on a fifth-inning single.
ST. BONAVENTURE 3, BISHOP DIEGO 1
The Cardinals were held to two hits in their Tri-Valley League opener, getting an RBI single from Jake Koeper in the sixth inning.
Hamilton Finefrock took the loss for Bishop Diego (9-2, 0-1), allowing three runs on six hits in a complete-game effort, striking out five.
SANTA PAULA 9, CARPINTERIA 2
The Cardinals scored all of their runs in the first three innigns of a Citrus Coast League win over the Warriors (7-3, 6-3).
Noah Nuno had two hits in the loss, while Chase Mayer reached base four times, scoring both runs on RBIs by Miles Souza.
THOUSAND OAKS 3, DOS PEUBLOS 0
Jack Hogan and Erik Schwarts had three kills each for the Chargers (10-7) in a non-league 25-18, 25-21, 25-15 loss to the Lancers.
SAN JUAN HILLS 9 (70), CARPINTERIA 9 (66)
Solomon Nahooikaika-Anderson and Kirby Zapata scored a 3-0 sweep at No. 1 doubles for the Warriors in a narrow non-league loss.
Austin Stone won two sets in singles for Carpinteria (11-2).
CATE 13, VILLANOVA PREP 5
Ethan Ha’s 3-0 sweep at No. 1 singles, and a full doubles sweep helped the Rams stay unbeaten in Tri-Valley League play (2-0).
NO. 3 WESTMONT 4-2, NO. 23 VANGUARD 7-0
The Warriors and Regents split their Golden State Athletic Conference twinbill at Russ Carr Field.
Westmont starting pitcher Grant Gardner allowed seven earned runs on eight hits over 51/3 innings in the opener, hurt by a five-run first inning by Vanguard. Bryce Morison went 3-for-5 with an RBI in the loss.
Cory Dawson scattered three hits over six scoreless innings in the seven-inning nightcap, striking out five, but walking four.
Westmont scored its runs in the win on a pair of bases-loaded walks in the fourth inning, to Travis Vander Molden and Nick Sablock.
VENTURA 4, SBCC 1
The Vaqueros collected 11 hits, but managed only one run in a WSC North Division loss to the Pirates.
Samantha Yanes, Hannah Weaver, Kaelyn Whitten and Shelby Featherston had two hits each for SBCC (6-16, 2-4). Paige Powell allowed one earned run on nine hits in the complete-game loss.
SBCC 8, L.A. PIERCE 0
The Vaqueros pounced on seven Brahmas errors — which led to seven unearned runs — in a WSC North victory, the second division game of the day at Pershing Park.
Powell allowed one hit in four scoreless innings, striking out five and walking one.
Janet Salas went 2-for-3 in the win, while Yanes scored three runs.
FULLERTON 6, SBCC 3
A doubles sweep by the Hornets was enough to claim a non-conference victory over the Vaqueros.
Joica Buyse, Anya Nicolaides and Victoria Dafos each landed singles wins for SBCC (14-3), playing its third match in four days.
NO. 4 SBCC 3, MOORPARK 1
Blake Lockhart had a career-high 19 kills to lead the Vaqueros to a 25-27, 26-24, 25-17, 32-30 WSC victory over the Raiders. Trent Lingruen added 18 kills for SBCC (8-5, 4-3), giving him 15-plus kills in his last six matches. Calvin Sanborn added 15 kills in the win.